Distance Learning Comments
With the changes that we have seen in classroom learning, we have added Distance Learning Comments comments to supplement our existing Grade 1-8 learning skills comments.
Distance Learning Comments may be turned on from the evaluation page on a student-by-student basis. This allows you to choose which students to add Distance Learning Comments for, if only some of your students are learning remotely.
Distance Learning Comments are an optional feature that will provide you with two types of comments.
Comments will be automatically added to the comment, inline with the Learning Skill comments.
Additionally, if you wish to evaluate the student in regard to specific competencies, then you may do so from the Student Competency matrix.
Next Step Comments
Next Step Comments may be turned on or off from the Classroom Settings page. This setting will provide you with the option to add next step comments during the editing step of the the report card writing process. If turned on, next steps will be ...
Creating opening and closing comments
You may either write your own opening and closing comments in the text fields provided or, if you are a Full Access subscriber, you can use our prewritten comments from a convenient drop down menu. These prewritten comments are magic! The tool ...
How do I change from past to present tense comments?
Adjusting the grammatical tense of your comments to either past or present goes a long way to create comments that are relevant to the report being written. Our "Auto" tense mode will automatically adjust the tense of your comments based on the ...
Create a report in learning skills sections instead of one paragraph
If you click "Expand Report into Paragraphs" on the top of the evaluation page the tool will break the comment out into individual learning skill sections. To turn this feature off, click the checkbox again to remove the checkmark.
Can I report Key, Growth and Next Steps in Learning for each of the overall expectations at the same time?
Yes, you can choose to report on 1, 2 or 3 of the learning categories for each overall expectation. By default, all three are selected. To exclude a category, simply click the K, G, or N to deselect it.